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26/03/2019

Krissy Jackson: Have Fiddle Will Travel

Violinist and vocalist Krissy Jackson’s debut album is a mix of folk, jazz, country, bluegrass and more. ‘Have Fiddle ...

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08/03/2019

Mark de Clive-Lowe: Heritage

Mark de Clive-Lowe’s latest album is actually the first of a two-volume set exploring his cultural and musical heritage. Heritage ...

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06/07/2018

Alan Brown: Composure

Alan Brown ’s latest release is a direct follow-up from his 2015 album ‘Silent Observer’, using tracks from the same ...

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18/06/2018

Miho Wada: Accidental Journey

Miho Wada ’s latest album ‘Accidental Journey’ has a most incredible back story. The album tells of Wada’s life-saving ...

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20/02/2018

Ben Wilcock And The Jelly Rolls: The Phantom Canoe

This second album by Ben Wilcock and the Jelly Rolls (Jon Rae on drums, Dan Yeabsley bass and bass saxophone), is a fascinating ...

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07/12/2017

Reuben Bradley: Shark Variations

Wellington jazz drummer Reuben Bradley returns with his fourth album, ‘Shark Variations’. A trio effort with Roger Manins ...

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05/10/2017

Alan Broadbent: Developing Story

Expatriate New Zealand jazz pianist Alan Broadbent’s latest offering is an epic orchestral jazz album featuring his longtime ...

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28/09/2017

The Troubles: Kapow

Backing up 2012’s self-titled album, Wellington jazz group The Troubles return with a second album they’ve titled ‘Kapow’. ...

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03/07/2017

Tweed: High Brow Blues

The debut album from Auckland alternative folk trio Tweed is a confection of tight vocal harmonies with warm and raw edges, ...

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